Past Winners Wang Gungwu Prize

Wang Gungwu Prize

Past Winners Wang Gungwu Prize

2020

Fei Chen, ‘Transforming an Imperial Frontier: Japanese Knowledge and the Qing Empire’s New Tibet Policy
Vol. 44. Issue 3 of Asian Studies Review: 422-440

2019

Terje Toomistu, ‘Embodied Notions of Belonging: Practices of Beauty among Waria in West Papua, Indonesia
Vol. 43. Issue 4 of Asian Studies Review: 581-599

2018

Belinda Rina Spagnoletti, Linda Rae Bennett, Michele Kermode, and Siswanto Agus Wilopo, ‘Moralising Rhetoric and Imperfect Realities: Breastfeeding Promotions and the Experiences of Recently Delivered Mothers in Urban Yogyakarta, Indonesia
Vol. 42. Issue 1 of Asian Studies Review: 17-38

2017

Ian Chalmers – University of Western Australia, ‘Countering Violent Extremism in Indonesia: Bringing Back the Jihadists
Vol. 41. Issue 3 of Asian Studies Review: 331-351

2016

Devleena Ghosh – UTS, University of Technology Sydney, ‘Burma- Bengal Crossings: Intercolonial Connections in Pre-Independence India
Vol. 40. Issue 2 of Asian Studies Review: 156-72

2015

Margaret Becker – University of Adelaide, ‘Constructing SSLM: Insights from struggles over women’s rights in Nepal
Vol. 39. Issue 2 of Asian Studies Review: 247-265

2014

Karl Gustaffson – Swedish Institute for International Relations, ‘Memory Politics and Ontological Security in Sino-Japanese Relations
Vol. 38. Issue 1 of Asian Studies Review: 71-86

2013

Philippa Brandt – Lowy Institute for International Policy, ‘Chinese Aid to the South Pacific – Linked to Resources?
Vol. 37. Issue 2 of Asian Studies Review: 158-177

2003

Anne McLaren – University of Melbourne, ‘Mothers, Daughters and the Socialization of the Chinese Bride’
Vol. 27. Issue 1 of Asian Studies Review: 1-21

2002

Lyn Parker – University of Western Australia, ‘The subjectification of Citizenship: student interpretations of School Teaching in Bali’
Vol. 26. Issue 1 of Asian Studies Review: 3-37

2001

Arif Dirlik – Duke University, ‘Markets, Culture, Power: The Making of a “Second Cultural Revolution in China
Vol. 25. Issue 1 of Asian Studies Review

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